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Reports & Analysis

Tanzania Releases Report on Estimating Cost Elements of REDD+

Tanzania’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT) and the UN-REDD Programme commissioned a reporting looking at estimating cost elements of REDD+.

The report entitled, “Estimating Cost Elements of REDD+ in Tanzania”, was released at the 14th session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN), held in Arusha, Tanzania in September. One output of the study is a software tool that can be used by both government and projects to estimate and monitor the combined costs of REDD+.Read more on the report

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In this issue

News

UN-REDD Set to Host 9th Policy Board Meeting in Republic of the Congo

New Success Story Series: Indonesia's Participatory Governance Assessment

Panama Organizes its First REDD+ National Working Committee Workshop

Solomon Islands Focuses on REDD+ Awareness Raising and National Forest Monitoring

UN-REDD at FAO's Committee on Forestry and World Forest Week

Features & Commentary

More UN-REDD Partner Countries Now Receiving Targeted Support
By: Thais Linhares-Juvenal

Reports & Analysis

Tanzania Releases Report on Estimating Cost Elements of REDD+

UN-REDD Launches New Policy Brief on Multiple Benefits of REDD+

Two New Go-REDD+ Issues from UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific

Looking ahead

FCPF Participants Committee Meeting
21-23 October, 2012: Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo

UN-REDD Programme 9th Policy Board Meeting
26-27 October, 2012: Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo

CIF Partnership Forum
31 October- 8 November, 2012: Istanbul, Turkey

Indigenous Peoples Dialogue
11-15 November, 2012: Indonesia

 

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